The Legacy Of Most Decorated US Marine Officer

Not A Failure

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Puller once again commanded the First Marine Regiment to victory at Incheon in South Korea in the month of September 1950. Winning the battles under his command was like sipping a tea now. But not everything is as easy as it seems always. He won a silver star because of his great service. And just after 3 months of his involvement at the battle of Chosin Reservoir got him his fifth Navy Cross. Feeling proud right?
During the Korean War, Puller pulled out his another famous Pullerism. “All right, they’re on our left, they’re on our right, they’re in front of us, they’re behind us… they can’t get away this time.” His words were epitome of optimism and motivation.

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